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Daily Archives: November 19, 2013

Virginia Senator Stabbed, Son Fatally Shot In Possible Murder Suicide

Virginia Senator Creigh Deeds was hospitalized after being stabbed multiple times on Tuesday. His son, 24-year-old Austin “Gus” Deeds, was shot to death in what authorities are preliminarily investigating as a possible murder and suicide. “We’re still piecing together the … Read More

Geraldo Rivera: Zimmerman Is Hanging On By A String

Following George Zimmerman’s arraignment, Geraldo Rivera joined Fox News to share his thoughts on Zimmerman and the incident. Rivera described Zimmerman as borderline psychotic. “My basic reaction is that this man is hanging by a string. I think that he … Read More

Trayvon Martin Shooter George Zimmerman Arrested For Aggravated Assault

George Zimmerman was arrested for a domestic violence dispute yesterday in which he allegedly pointed a shotgun at the face of his pregnant girlfriend. It’s the latest in a string of controversial incidents for the man acquitted in the murder … Read More

‘Waterboy’ Actor Peter Dante Admits To Racist Rant

The Waterboy star Peter Dante has admitted to using racial slurs at a black employee in an L.A. hotel, claiming that he uses the N-word regularly because he has black friends and they’re okay with it. Dante, an actor who … Read More

Washington D.C. Likely to Increase Minimum Wage to $11.50

The Washington D.C. city council is expected to authorize a bill that would raise the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 by the summer of 2016. The vote is expected to be held as early as December and would give the … Read More

Pentagon Wastes Billions on Weapons, Considers Cutting Soldier Pay and Benefits

On the same day that Reuters released a damning report detailing years of accounting fraud and waste at the Pentagon, top military officials announced they are considering cutting pay and benefits for soldiers to deal with the budget cuts the … Read More

Bill Clinton Hopes For Female President; “No Idea” If Hillary Will Run

Former president Bill Clinton kept a discreet yet hopeful tone at a conference in Beijing where he said that, although he wishes to see a female in the Oval Office, he has “no idea” if he’ll be the first “first … Read More

Martin Bashir Apologizes to Sarah Palin: Response To Slavery Remark Was Unacceptable And Unworthy

MSNBC’s political commentator, Martin Bashir, apologizes for the comments made towards former Governor Sarah Palin that he delivered last Friday. Bashir’s response suggested that Palin get the same treatment as described in the diary of Thomas Thistlewood, a British overseer. … Read More

Cheney Family In Feud Over Gay Marriage

A family feud over gay marriage exploded into social media over the weekend after Liz Cheney expressed her disagreement with gay marriage, sparking an outraged response from her sister Mary Cheney, who is a lesbian. “Listen, I love Mary very … Read More

George Zimmerman Arrested Again After A Disturbance Call

(Image: Youtube Capture)   30-year-old George Zimmerman was arrested again after a disturbance call on Monday around 1 p.m. in Florida. Authorities said the arrest was for domestic violence, involving a girlfriend of Zimmerman. Seminole County Sheriff transported Zimmerman to … Read More